DISA unveils $350M professional services vehicle RFP
Nine slots reserved for small businesses
- By Ross Wilkers
- Apr 17, 2017
The Defense Information Systems Agency has kicked off the bidding for a contract worth up to $350 million over five years for professional support services.
DISA said in a request for proposals released Friday April 14 the Agency Program Support vehicle will have up to 12 contracts with nine of them reserved for small businesses.
Within those nine, DISA will reserve three each for the HUBZone, women-owned and service-disabled veteran-owned categories. APS is structured as an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, multiple-award contract with task orders to perform work.
Deltek data indicates an award date in September of this year with a contract start date on or around Oct. 1. APS is also a new effort with no incumbent contracts or vendors.
DISA will accept proposals through 11 a.m. Eastern time on Monday May 15. The task orders will range from a minimum limit of $500 to a maximum of $75 million.
APS task areas are listed as follows:
- Acquisition and contract management
- Asset management
- Continuity management
- Directorate security
- Financial management
- Information resources support
- Program management support
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